When it comes to hardware most people agree that Nokia makes good handsets, just look at the new Nokia Lumia 1020. But the problem is Nokia’s smartphones run Windows Phone which is still playing catch-up in terms of consumer acceptance. The question that is often asked is this, why didn’t Nokia use Android?
Nokia continues to improve on its Lumia sales figures worldwide. The latest Q2 earnings show another quarterly improvement, up to 7.4 million in the latest quarter. That’s a bump on therecord high of 5.6 million in the last quarter, and up from 4 million in the same quarter last year. Up to June 30th, Nokia has sold 27.3 million Lumias in total since shipping its first Windows Phone device, the Lumia 800, in November 2011.
Colorful and captivating with the power of Windows, Nokia presents yet another Lumia that can reduce the world to fit into your palm. The Nokia Lumia 720 is a single GSM SIM candybar smartphone that works on Windows Phone 8 operating system; the Live tiles are quite something, packing functionality with bright, bold style seamlessly. The phone draws its strength from a 1 GHz Qualcomm Krait Dual Core processor backed by 512 MB RAM and Adreno 305 graphics.
The tech world had been waiting for quite a while for Nokia to unveil its next big offering, a smartphone that could take on the best of the best. Lumia 925 might have taken its time coming, but boy, was the wait worth it!I spent some time with the handset and was pleasantly surprised to find that Nokia has finally come onto its own. Check out my review of the latest offering from the tech giant.